Employment opportunities can be grouped into:

  • allied health (e.g. physiotherapy, radiography, and occupational therapy)
  • ambulance services
  • complementary therapies
  • dentistry
  • health informatics
  • health promotion
  • healthcare administration and management

  • healthcare science (e.g. clinical engineering, biomedical science, and pathology)
  • medical equipment sales
  • medicine (e.g. doctors, surgeons, and GPs)
  • medical research
  • midwifery
  • nursing
  • nutrition and diet
  • optometry and opticians
  • pharmacy
  • psychological therapies.

You could work in the National Health Service (NHS), private healthcare or private/non-profit organisations in a range of settings including:

  • care homes or hospices
  • community healthcare (e.g. doctors’ surgeries, dental surgeries, health clinics)
  • hospitals
  • medical laboratories
  • people’s homes.

In large organisations such as the NHS and private healthcare providers such as Bupa, there are also jobs for graduates in:

  • customer care
  • finance
  • hospitality
  • human resources (HR)
  • IT
  • legal services
  • marketing
  • procurement
  • sales.

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